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Publication Ethics
Should research misconduct be considered a criminal offence?
Typically, after researchers are accused of misconduct, the institutions they are affiliated with conduct further investigations. Instances where misconduct leads to prosecution are rare. However,...
Researcher Voice
Challenges faced by early-career researchers in Jordan
Early career researchers face countless challenges as they push their way through the academic publishing world. Most of these issues are experienced by many but are never openly addressed. In this...
Industry news
Nature's new policy mandates data-availability statements
Nature has announced a new policy by which all papers accepted for publication in Nature and 12 other titles will be required to provide a data-availability statement.
Submission and Peer Review
Is being a peer reviewer a kind of recognition in itself?
Discussions about peer review usually revolve around incentivizing peer review, acknowledging reviewers, and making their contribution count. But isn’t being a peer reviewer a form of recognition in...
Career Advancement
Survival tips for postdocs
Often PhD graduates find it difficult to deal with the challenges of a postdoctoral position because they are unprepared to face them. To keep you motivated, we have come up with 8 rhymes which will...
Career Advancement
An overview of SSP’s survey
Early career professionals face various challenges while trying to carve a successful career path for themselves. To understand their requirements and problems and help them overcome those, the...
Know Your Journal: Nature Methods
This post provides factual information and submission tips about the journal...
My article is always rejected by the Editor-in-Chief before sending to the...

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 Good reads, September 2016
We’re here, with our list of the most interesting discussions of the month, handpicked by our editors. Besides Peer Review Week, which was highlight of the month, there were exchanges around Elsevier... Read More
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How researchers can increase the visibility of their work with social media
Publishing your research in scholarly journals is important, but what may be even more important is getting the scientific information into everyday communication streams, that is, social media. This... Read More

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Dr. Tim Hunt is renowned for his work on cell cycle regulation for which he won the 2001 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine along with Dr. Lee Hartwell and Dr. Paul Nurse. Dr. Hunt discovered cyclins, proteins that are crucial for mitosis and other cell cycle transitions. Before this, the focus of Dr. Hunt’s research was on the control of haemoglobin synthesis in red blood cells. After a long and successful academic career that culminated with him as a principal scientist at the Imperial Cancer Research Fund (now Cancer Research UK), Dr. Hunt is currently retired.

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Earth and Planetary Science
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Medicine, Health, and Nursing
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Business and Economics
et tu economicus?
Yes, we economists can have double standards too. We often...